Thursday, 7 June 2007

Stirling Gallery (revisit)

We spent the day yesterday revisiting the photograph exhibition in the museum/art gallery in Stirling. Although I had taken copious notes I needed to revisit the exhibition to enable me to write up Module 2 of the judging course I am doing.

It was a beautiful day and I took some more photographs of the gardens of the museum. I could resist this one for it's colour and texture.
They also have a few pieces of farm machinery in the grounds. Photographing them from different angles has given me a lot of source material.

I may play around with this one in Paint Shop Pro or Photoshop. On the way home we visited a little gallery in the town centre and I couldn't resist buying two sculptures of siamese cats.

They look wonderful sitting in the conservatory. The colours are texture are stunning.


Barbara said...

Beautiful pictures!

Dianne said...

Your photagraphy is wow really good. Very nice pics..
The cats are beautiful, I know they will be treasures for you...

MargaretR said...

I love the photos Carol and my favourite is the textured one too. Though not a cat lover, the bottom one of the siamese is fantastic.

Tonniece said...

Those Cats look soo lifelike. Sounds as though you had a great day.